Figure 11-11 Exchange Database Recovery Management report in .NET framework

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Figure 11-11 Exchange Database Recovery Management report
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To determine whether e-mail is flowing smoothly through your Exchange organization, you can generate mail flow and queue reports. Exchange Management Console provides the Exchange Mail Flow Troubleshooter and Queue Viewer tools. Exchange Management Shell commands can extract information about messages and queues and redirect this into a CSV file. You can open CSV files with software that can generate reports and business graphics, for example, Microsoft Access, Excel, or SQL Server.
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Queue Viewer can connect to all Exchange Server 2007 servers with the Hub Transport or Edge Transport server role installed. You can open the Queue Viewer tool in Exchange Management Console and create a filter to display the specific set of queues or messages that you want to monitor. You can then view the property information for
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these queues and messages. This can help you troubleshoot potential mail flow problems, such as messages that are queued for extended periods of time, peaks in queued messages, and spikes in queued messages. If you retain this information, you can use it to generate reports on queued messages and queue problems over an extended period of time. Figure 11-12 shows Queue Viewer filtered to display messages in the Unreachable queue on the transport server Glasgow.
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Figure 11-12 Showing messages in a queue.
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The Exchange Mail Flow Troubleshooter tool provides access to the data sources you need to troubleshoot mail flow problems, such as non-delivery reports (NDRs), queue backups, and slow deliveries. The tool automatically diagnoses the retrieved data, presents an analysis of the possible root causes, and suggests corrective actions. You enter a name for the Mail Flow Troubleshooter task and specify the problem you are encountering. You can view a report for a Mail Flow Troubleshooting scan by clicking Select A Result File To View, choosing the file, and then clicking View Report. Figure 11-13 shows a report generated by specifying that messages are backing up in one or more queues.
Lesson 1: Creating Server Reports
Figure 11-13 Mail Flow Troubleshooter queue.
NOTE
Message Tracking tool
The Message Tracking tool, introduced in 9, examines message tracking logs. This tool is more useful for generating user reports rather than server reports and is discussed in the next lesson.
Using Exchange Management Shell Commands
Queue Viewer and Mail Flow Troubleshooter are not regarded primarily as reporting tools but rather as troubleshooting tools. An arguably superior method of generating information about queues is to use Exchange Management Shell to monitor message queues and to generate CSV files that contain the results of this monitoring. You can open CSV files with software such as Microsoft Excel, Access, or SQL Server and generate reports, graphs, histograms, and pie charts. If you need to access queue data on a regular basis, you can create PowerShell scripts and use these in batch files that enable you to automate and schedule Exchange Management Shell operations. 5, Moving Mailboxes and Implementing Bulk Management, describes how to use and schedule PowerShell scripts.
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Reporting
For example, you can enter the following command to get details of all queues on an Exchange Server 2007 transport server called Glasgow and store the results in a CSV filed called QueueDetails.csv:
Get-Queue Server Glasgow | Export-Csv C:\QueueDetails.csv -Notype
Note that for clarity and simplicity, the CSV file is stored in the root of the C:\ drive in this example and in other examples in this chapter. If you were doing this in the real world, you would create a folder and folder path for storing your CSV files. Figure 1114 shows the contents of the QueueDetails.csv file in a spreadsheet. In this case, Excel was used to open the file, but CSV files can be used by a wide variety of Microsoft and third-party programs.
Figure 11-14 Current queues on the transport server Glasgow
Export-Csv
You use the Export-Csv cmdlet with a file path parameter in an Exchange Management Shell command. You can pipe the output of Exchange Management Shell commands that retrieve information (typically, they start with Get ) into this command and specify either a text or a CSV file to hold the data, as in the following:
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